Differential Spectral Imaging of the CN Violet Band in Laser-Induced Plasmas on TNT Simulant Molecules
Dual channel emission imaging of m-nitrobenzoic acid and benzoic acid was performed in order to visualize the morphology of the CN violet band emission of a TNT analogue. The CN channel was corrected for continuum emission using a simultaneously imaged background channel. Simultaneous dual channel imaging alleviated problems with shot to shot variation in the plasma morphology due to the friable substrates and showed differences between plasmas formed on the two targets.
Journal of Physics: Conference Series
Institute of Physics
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Merten, J., Jones, M., Hoke, S., & Allen, S. (2014). Differential Spectral Imaging of the CN Violet Band in Laser-Induced Plasmas on TNT Simulant Molecules. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 548(). https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/548/1/012042
From the 22nd International Conference on Spectral Line Shapes, 2014.